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OP-ED: Fables of the constitutions

OP-ED: Fables of the constitutions

Niaz Alam

Sun, Jan 17 2021

Why politicians pander to populist prejudice rather than rule of law

OP-ED: Say it is so, Joe

OP-ED: Say it is so, Joe

Niaz Alam

Sat, Jan 9 2021

Trump’s repeated interference, incitement, and multiple lawsuits amounted to naught

OP-ED: Hello 2021, goodbye low hanging...

OP-ED: Hello 2021, goodbye low hanging...

Niaz Alam

Thu, Dec 31 2020

2020 was not the year we wanted, but maybe it was the reality check we needed

OP-ED: Cinema-going in Covid

OP-ED: Cinema-going in Covid

Niaz Alam

Sun, Dec 27 2020

Has going to the movies become a rarefied treat?

OP-ED: A victory worth living up

OP-ED: A victory worth living up

Niaz Alam

Sun, Dec 13 2020

It is inspiring to consider just how unique Bangladesh’s liberation was in 1971

OP-ED: Many rivers to cross

OP-ED: Many rivers to cross

Niaz Alam

Sun, Dec 6 2020

Why Bangladesh has no choice but to be more ambitious

OP-ED: How to dismantle a...

OP-ED: How to dismantle a...

Niaz Alam

Sun, Nov 29 2020

The government would do well to use the HC case as a springboard to outlaw marital rape 

OP-ED: The Beatles need a Nobel...

OP-ED: The Beatles need a Nobel...

Niaz Alam

Sun, Nov 22 2020

It may be the right thing for the world of 2021

OP-ED: Every number tells a story

OP-ED: Every number tells a story

Niaz Alam

Sun, Nov 15 2020

Why do so many children drown in the country every year?

OP-ED: Hype, cant, and humbug

OP-ED: Hype, cant, and humbug

Niaz Alam

Wed, Nov 11 2020

The debate on religious sentiments too often gets hijacked by political opportunists and extremists

OP-ED: Will the world learn to trust...

OP-ED: Will the world learn to trust...

Niaz Alam

Sun, Nov 1 2020

The causes of Trumpism are not going to fade away even if Trump himself is beaten

OP-ED: Who killed America’s

OP-ED: Who killed America’s

Niaz Alam

Mon, Jul 6 2020

Is the current state of affairs solely to blame?

OP-ED: Brick Lane matters

OP-ED: Brick Lane matters

Niaz Alam

Fri, Jul 3 2020

‘The past is steeped in shame, but tomorrow’s fair game’

OP-ED: Keep being wrong and carry...

OP-ED: Keep being wrong and carry...

Niaz Alam

Thu, Jun 25 2020

The Boris in Blunderland headlines will keep writing themselves

OP-ED: Death becomes us

OP-ED: Death becomes us

Niaz Alam

Sat, May 30 2020

The song of life ends too soon for all of us

OP-ED: More snakes than ladders

OP-ED: More snakes than ladders

Niaz Alam

Thu, May 28 2020

A mere return to normal is not possible -- we must do more than that

Covid-19 won’t cure the causes of...

Covid-19 won’t cure the causes of...

Niaz Alam

Mon, Apr 13 2020

US politics needs to move away from the clutches of corporations or single-issue obsessives

World leaders pretend

World leaders pretend

Opinion

Sat, Mar 21 2020

Coronavirus is in charge now

A life and death in the NHS

A life and death in the NHS

Niaz Alam

Wed, Mar 11 2020

All medical institutions should aspire to provide such exemplary service

Labour’s lost leaders

Labour’s lost leaders

Niaz Alam

Mon, Jan 13 2020

Is the UK poised for 20 years of unbroken Conservative rule?

All I want is 2020 vision

All I want is 2020 vision

Niaz Alam

Mon, Dec 23 2019

Are we moving towards a dystopian future?